Pontus Lindqvist, born in 1986, is one of Sweden's current foremost boy sopranos. He joined the Oscar Children's Choir at the age of six, later joining the Oscar Boys's Choir. He lived in England for a year and had the opportunity to take part in the boy choir tradition in the Cambridgeshire Boys' Choir. Pontus also sang in the Adolf Frederik Boys' Choir and often appeared as a soloist in the Oskar Church.
Pontus, now nineteen, will graduate in the spring of 2005 from a music gymnasium in Stockholm. His plans for the future are not yet decided. All of his recordings are available from his mother --> firstname.lastname@example.org
He is currently studying "history of ideas" at the university of Stockholm. He has also started to take private singinh lessons again, now as a baryton.
He has now started to study Hospitality management at "Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne" in Switzerland
Pontus Lindqvist Pontus Lindqvist's final treble recording is a Christmas album full of unfamiliar Swedish and Nordic holiday tunes. Pontus is accompanied by a small group of adult singers and a chamber orchestra.
Pontus Lindqvist Pontus' first solo CD was released in 1998 and contains 14 tracks. Half of the tracks are from the standard treble solo repertoire and the remainder are lesser known gems of Swedish derivation.
Pontus Lindqvist Live recording from Oscar Church, Stockholm, Sweden. With the Oscar Girl's, Boy's and Children's choirs and members of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra - Torbjörn Bernhardsson, concertmaster. Pontus is featured on seven of twenty-three tracks. This is an adaptation of Händel's Messiah by Timothy W. Sharp. The choral parts are abridged and arranged for a two-part youth choir. The solo and orchestral parts are performed in the original.